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Traditional electric-car batteries that are bulky may soon be a thing of the past.
Samsung's new $150 set-top device will turn any dumb TV smart, but there's a lot of better options out there.
BitTorrent is shedding its bad reputation and working hard to become a content distribution platform.
According to reports, the curved Round is a limited run only for the Korean market.
Despite Julian Assange's charges to the contrary, the new movie paints WikiLeaks (and its founder) in a flattering light.
Leaving Google TV in the dust, Vizio's new streaming box will bring the Web to any HDTV.
The Internet is driving you insane with all sorts of exciting new conditions now being recognized by the medical community.
What happens in email, doesn't stay there. But you knew that already.
Canada will soon make cable and satellite companies offer channels a la carte. But at this point, will it really make a difference?
Following Samsung's lead, LG is starting bend its phones now too.
Google will reportedly transition away from Google TV and introduce the name Android TV.
A new study finds that women are significantly more likely to self-objectify after inhabiting a scantily clad female avatar.
The only data-cap limit on usage will be that, in any three-month period, more than half of the data usage must be in the U.S.
Samsung introduces a 5.7-inch curved phone for sale in Korea.